Murray Percival to Represent Ersa Advanced Soldering Solutions at SMTAI


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Murray Percival Company has announced that they will be available to demo the Ersa VERSAFLOW 3/45, HR550, i-CON VARIO 4 Station, and Ersa Mobile Scope at booth #424 at SMTA International, scheduled to take place September 24-25, 2019 at the Donald Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois.

The Ersa VERSAFLOW 3/45 selective soldering system is based on a modular platform in order to satisfy all demands in regard to flexibility. Depending on the application and on the throughput requirements called for, additional flux, preheat and solder modules can be integrated into the system. In the maximum configuration level of the VERSAFLOW, the system can therefore operate with up to three solder modules, and each of these modules can again be configured with two mini-wave solder baths. In total, up to 6 mini-wave solder bath can be installed in a system, and each solder module can be preceded by a preheat unit.

Also at the show will be the HR 550 guided rework system, with a highly efficient 1500W hybrid heating head, highly accurate placement with integrated force sensor and large-area IR bottom heading in 3 zones. Also available for demos and education will be the i-CON VARIO 4 an electronically temperature-controlled multichannel soldering and desoldering station and the Ersa Mobile Scope. The Ersa Mobile Scope is a hand-operated inspection system for fast inspection of hidden solder joints.

Ersa Mobile Scope is available through Murray Percival in MI, OH, IN, KY, and W.PA.

About Murray Percival

Murray Percival Company is a third-generation family owned business that was founded in January of 1960. They are currently the leading supplier to the Midwest's electronics industry, offering thousands of capital and distribution products as well as the industry’s leading process enabler. www.murraypercival.com

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